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Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman began a new age of auto innovation and design when he created the Lotus Engineering Company in 1952. Chapman, a racing enthusiast, kept his business small-time and part-time, only making 100 models of his first production series car over two years, the Mark 6. Lotus entered the racing scene in 1954, driving custom-built aluminum cars, meant to be as light and powerful as possible.

Since her inception, Lotus has changed hands a number of times and was most recently acquired by Malaysian auto manufacturer, Proton. Today’s Exige and Elise models are uniquely designed and extremely powerful continuing the Lotus tradition of road-ready racers.

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The USA homepage for Lotus has a sleek design to match the cars. They also feature a community section with scads of local Lotus clubs and auto shows to browse. This is one of the best official homepages on the web. 

Lotus on Wikipedia
Our friends at Wikipedia always do a great job of providing virtual tons of information. With a car-list organized by production year and links to the individual engines used in various Lotus models, this is an excellent resource for any Lotus fan. 

Lotus at Autoblog
Autoblog never disappoints. Their dedicated Lotus page has all of the latest info, pics, and rumors your heart could possibly desire. Is there a new Lotus supercar in the works?  Read on. 

Community Sites

Lotus, Ltd.
As North America’s largest Lotus club, this site connects members to other Lotus enthusiasts in a big way. With forums, photo galleries, events calendars, and their own classified section, this is your one-stop shop for other Lotus geeks. 

Elise Talk
Discuss your little roadster here. These forums are plenty active and full interesting news and performance posts, and the members are friendly to boot!

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